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Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas, Nevada. Hole 12
Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas, Nevada. Hole 12
Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 9
Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 9
Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas, Nevada. Hole 5 Approach
Angel Park Golf Club (PALM) Las Vegas, Nevada. Hole 5 Approach

Angel Park Golf Club (Palm)

Las Vegas, NV
Reviewed by:  rob1563, Las Vegas

Played on Friday, 1/13 with John_T for $33 with the OB Card. I made a 9:30 tee time but it had been raining since the day before and we found the parking lot empty. Minimum staffing for the day, with no starter and no snack bar. We checked in and was told to head out when we wanted. Grabbed some refreshments from the restaurant and headed to the 1st tee about 30 minutes early. With a constant light rain for the front 9, we had the course to ourselves and finished well under 4 hours, including a few long breaks when the rain picked up.

We found the course in great shape. No cart restrictions and the course drained well with no standing water in the fairways nor on the greens. Tee boxes were a bit chewed up. Fairways had no bare or brown areas and lush grass. The rough has been cut to almost nothing, just enough to define the fairways, which caused some bad runoffs off the sides and back of a few greens. On #16, I hit the edge of the green, bounced left, and rolled down a hill and under a fence, where most times the ball is held up. Greens were awesome. Faster than they appear, almost completely dry even with the rain.

The course drained incredibly and the only sketchy area was the drive from the elevated par 3 tee on #13 down to the green, crossing through an arroyo that had a stream running through it. Spoke with the marshal after 14 and they closed that section of the course since the stream was rising.

Overall, another fine day at Angel Park. I don’t get many chances to play in the rain and actually looked forward to it.